The brands are finally ready to take a bold stand against willingly associating themselves with things that lots of people hate.
Some of the world’s largest banks announced on Friday that customers are now prohibited from buying cryptocurrencies with credit cards, citing market volatility.
A nifty new payment system is not without its quirks. A few early adopters who used Apple Pay to stock up on Halloween candy ended up getting charged two times per transaction. For now, however, it only seems to be those who used Bank of America debit cards.
The Bank of America tower boasts all sorts of green details: An automatized system to dim lights in daylight. A grey water collection system. A foundation partially made from waste materials. Must be a pretty energy-efficient building, eh? According to one analyst, nope!
It's always nice to get a response from Company X's official Twitter account when you rage tweet about how Company X is so terrible and awful and that you'd never do anything with them again. It seems like they care about you! It seems like they want to help! It seems like they're... human. Too bad they're usually…
If you regularly find yourself perplexed at ATMs, help is at hand. Bank of America has announced that it's launching a new system that will allow you to hold a live video chat with bank staff to help guide you through your ineptitude.
A series of recent denial of service attacks on US banks are being blamed on Iran. According to the New York Times, "there is no doubt within the U.S. government that Iran is behind these attacks."
A group of hackers calling themselves Izz ad-din Al qassam have claimed responsibility for taking down Bank of America's website today about 10am EST.
You know who's wholly responsible for the downfall of the American economy? San Francisco-based Bank of America customers, that's who. No, seriously. Why else would the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) deface 85 San Francisco BofA ATM's like that?
Nexus S users think they're so cool with their built-in NFC chips, but now there's an easy hack that anyone can do to enable NFC Payments on an iPhone 4 (among others).
By affixing a new battery cover to BlackBerry handsets, Bank of America customers will be able to make payments at retail places that accept Mastercard PayPass, from this spring.
Swiping a phone to pay for a coffee is going to be one of the biggest advances in technology in the coming year, and from next month Bank of America and Visa will start testing it out in New York.
A Bank of America worker installed malicious software on his employer's ATMs that allowed him to make thousands of dollars in fraudulent withdrawals, all without leaving a transaction record, according to federal prosecutors.
Circuit City might yet outdo Best Buy on Black Friday deals for another year. Bank of America has given Circuit City a $1.1 billion loan that'll help cover its operating expenses until it's expected to come out of bankruptcy next year, giving it a second chance. Still, I don't see how even a billion dollars will cover…